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  • Soldier - grace burrows

    All of the books in the 'Windam Family' series are just brilliant and I cant recommend them highly enough. Im just starting from the beginning all over again. Soldier is just amazing. Have your tissues at the ready, you're going to need them.

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  • Good beginning but dragged on

    This book was very disappointing. I normally love Grace Burrowes work but this was so dull of angst and no joy. When this couple finally got together in the last two,pages of the book there wasn’t even an epilogue.

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  • Touching Read

    For an ex-soldier, creating a new life after leaving military service is a painful process. Devlin St. Just seems to experiencing all of the downsides of that change in situation - the feeling of loss of comradery, the addictions, the feeling of no longer fitting in, the feeling of being unappreciated, the continuing and pervasive PTSD. I was very struck by Emmy's understanding of Devlin's condition. Of course, having a distraction named Winnie made all the difference. How can someone be detached from life with a child who insists on dragging you into her antics? I found this to be a lovely and touching read.

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